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Today's Frozen Meal: Smart Ones Fajita Chicken Pizza
Wednesday, 2010 January 20 - 12:27 pm
(The box actually reads "Stone-Fired Crust Pizza Fajita Chicken". Words of order not matter does.) "Grilled White Meat Fajita Chicken with Fire Roasted Vegetables and Poblanos on a Zesty Sauce topped with Cheese on a Stone-Fired Crust".

Box

Meal

Sorry for the roughed-up appearance of the box; the box doubles as a cooking platform and the surface kind of melted in the microwave. Mmm, ink-fume-infused pizza.

This is conceptually similar to the Lean Cuisine pizzas: they're small, and they use a crisping tray for the crust.

Taste: The crust is far superior to the Lean Cuisine pizzas I've tried so far. It's advertised as being baked on an actual pizza stone, and that's quite believable: the crust is crisp and chewy and even has some char marks on it. It's good that the crust is decent because it kind of dominates the pizza; there isn't quite enough sauce or cheese, and the toppings aren't quite as flavorful as you might expect. Still, it's 20% larger than the Lean Cuisine pizzas, and tastes better overall. Score: 3.5/5.0

Nutrition

Nutrition: Pretty much a wash with the Lean Cuisine pizzas; sodium is pushing the boundaries at 690mg, but there's a lot of fiber and Vitamin C. Score: 2.5/3.0

Packaging: Almost identical to the Lean Cuisine pizzas: a clever crisping platform, but a difficult-to-open plastic shrink-wrap around the pizza. Score: 1.5/2.0

Total Score: 7.5/10.0
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